Columbus Work Zone Accident Attorney
A crew is obligated to adhere to work zone guidelines for obvious reasons — to protect the safety of both its own crew members and motorists. When crew members are negligent or ignore their obligations and people are injured, it is important that the injured are compensated so they can heal, and work zone accountability is bolstered.
That said, these cases can be immensely complex — more than typical personal injury cases; they may involve suits against multiple defendants, including employees, a city, county, state or even federal government agency. Because of the complexity of these cases, it is extremely important to have an experienced advocate on your side.
Our team of attorneys is ready to put more than 35 years of experience to work for you. We can help you get the compensation you need to heal and recover if you or a loved one has been injured in a work zone accident. Work zone accidents can result from:
- Equipment and debris blocking a traffic lane
- Inadequate warning signs
- Missing or poorly placed barriers
- Vague or misleading temporary road markings
Because effective investigation hinges on decisive action, it is extremely important that you contact us as soon as possible.
Contact Our Columbus, Ohio, Work Zone Accident Lawyers
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